US Monkeypox Public Health Emergency Vaccine Testing Cases
Monkeypox Challenge: The United States declared monkeypox a public health...
Monkeypox Challenge: The United States declared monkeypox a public health emergency on Thursday. This announcement will help to channelize federal funding and resources to combat this virus. According to AFP, Health and Human Services Secretary Javier Becerra said, “We are ready to take our response to this virus to the next level, we ask every American to take monkeypox seriously and do our best to combat this virus.” appeal to help.”
This announcement will be effective initially for 90 days but it can be extended further. On Thursday, 6,600 cases were reported nationwide, of which nearly a quarter were from New York state. Although experts believe that the actual number may be much higher in the current outbreak as symptoms can be subtle, including single lesions.
lack of vaccine
The announcement comes at a time when the Biden administration is facing criticism over the availability of the monkeypox vaccine. Clinics in large cities such as New York and San Francisco say they have not received enough doses of the two-dose vaccine to meet demand. Some even had to stop giving the second dose to ensure the supply of the first dose.
The White House said it has provided more than 1.1 million doses of the vaccine and helped increase domestic diagnostic capacity to 80,000 tests per week.
This virus spread like this
Monkeypox virus is spread by prolonged and close skin-to-skin contact, including hugging, hugging and kissing, as well as by sharing bedding, towels and clothing.
So far the people who get sick have mainly been men who have sex with men. But health officials say that this virus can infect anyone.
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